Online Safety Day 2019

Because it is National Online Safety day, year 5 and 6 children have been creating their own explanation text to tell year 3 and 4 exactly how to stay safe online by managing their risks and encouraging them to talk to people they trust. Year 3 and 4 children will then be using their writing […]

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Save the Planet

Please find attached all the necessary information for the term ahead. Thanks to FOIS, we are having the doors blocked up between the classrooms to reduce the noise level. Therefore, photos of the classroom will be put up after the wall has been constructed. Here’s to a fab term! Liz Harrison   Homework Pack Yr […]

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December online safety newsletter

Please see the attached PDF about this month’s news. The main point of the article is about resilience – this doesn’t mean toughening children up, but encouraging them to problem solve- with guidance- about issues ¬†they could face online. I particularly like the idea of Wifi free Wednesdays! It’s so important to keep up to […]

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Fortnite… again

Fortnite seems to be the game that all the children are talking about – not in a positive way! ‘Strip fortnite’ seems to becoming the latest trend amongst children (primary school children are also involved in this) where children are taking their clothes off in front of their webcams whilst playing Fortnite! Please read the […]

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#wakeupwednesday

A huge thank you to Simon Aston for delivering a fantastic session about ‘Online Safety’ and a huge thank you to those parents who turned out last night despite the awful weather! It was a very eye opening session and that would have been very beneficial to lots of families! Just incase you couldn’t attend […]

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Greek Olympians conquer Isham

Wow!! What a fantastic few days Year 5 & 6 have had preparing and participating in their very first Olympic games. The children were split into five Greek states: Megarians, Argons, Spartans, Corinthians and Athenians. In order to fully embrace the afternoon, they then researched their Greek state to create their own flag, bunting, decorative […]

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Fortnite scams

Fortnite is one of the most popular games ever seen, so it’s no surprise to see scams in big numbers. Between September and October this year, there were over 53,000 reported scams! Most of these scams are preying on the vulnerability of children when they’re searching for V-Bucks (in-game currency) so it’s worth having a […]

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Remembrance Day

As you know, Sunday marked 100 years since World War 1 ended. To commemorate this event, KS2 spent time learning about the lives of WW1 soldiers, with a particular focus on five from Isham who sadly lost their lives during the Great War. Year 5 & 6 wrote biographies detailing the lives of these five […]

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